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Monteverde Sloth Santuary - CLOSED

1 Km Before Monteverde Reserve, Costa Rica
(506) 750-0775
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We tried to visit the sanctuary in May of 2014 only to find that it had closed about two years ago... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2014
Mikelle W
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Salt Lake City, Utah
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Wonderful

I visited with my family, the location is wonderful and really a sanctuary for the sloths. The boat... read more

Reviewed 12 January 2014
MGarroux
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Playa Negra, Costa Rica
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7 May 2014
“CLOSED”
12 Jan 2014
“Wonderful”
LOCATION
1 Km Before Monteverde Reserve, Costa Rica
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(506) 750-0775
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Reviewed 8 May 2014 via mobile

We tried to visit the sanctuary in May of 2014 only to find that it had closed about two years ago. I was told that they brought hurt sloths from the east coast and they didn't do well in the different climate so they moved...More

6  Thank Mikelle W
Reviewed 12 January 2014

I visited with my family, the location is wonderful and really a sanctuary for the sloths. The boat ride with sr.Cali is very cool.

Thank MGarroux
Reviewed 18 February 2012

I went to the Sloth sanctuary with my 2 young children when it first opened. The tour starts with an introduction to the sloth, its ancestry and where they can be found. This was all very interesting, but ,my kids really just wanted to see...More

3  Thank NickStClair
Reviewed 29 June 2011

The visit starts with a short video on the sanctuary. It then follows with a thorough explanation on the sloths, which includes the species’ variety, their origin, their geographical spread and their habits - all nicely illustrated. The pièce de résistance is the display of...More

4  Thank MariusG